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TONY CHARLES, the Director of Platform A Gallery in Middlesbrough, will join Cleveland College of Art and Design in Hartlepool as a fine art lecturer.
The Foundation for Art and Creative Technology (FACT) has appointed ten new members to its board, including PAT CONNOR, Head of Development & Events at BBC North, and Professor JANET BEER, Vice-Chancellor of t
REBECCA ATKINSON-LORD and RACHEL BRISCOE are to leave their roles as Co-Directors of Theatre at Ovalhouse to focus on their respective theatre companies, Arch 468 and fanSHEN.
SEBASTIAN F SCHWARZ, currently Deputy Artistic Director of Theater an der Wien in Vienna, is to join Glyndebourne as its new General Director from May 2016.
DOMINIC JEWEL is to leave his role as Chief Executive of the Three Choirs Festival in December, to be replaced by ALEXIS PATERSON, currently Manager of Cheltenham Festivals.
Formerly Senior Press & PR Officer, Globe Education at Shakespeare's Globe, PHOEBE GARDINER has taken up a new role as Officer, Advocacy and Communications at Arts Council England for the London area.
Previously Torbay’s Liberal Democrat MP, and member of the Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee, ADRIAN SANDERS has been appointed as Chairman of the Society of Ticket Agents and Retailers.
GRANT BLACK has joined The Rural Media Company as Creative Director, having spent almost ten years as a producer and scriptwriter for various shows across the BBC, ITV and Channel 4.
LAURA JEFFERY, Communications Manager at Situations, has left to start her own marketing consultancy business, The Butterfly Effect.
Jane Beese has the enviable job of Head of Music at the Roundhouse. She tells us how she got it.
KATH MAINLAND is to step down as Chief Executive of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society after seven years in the role. She will join the Melbourne Festival as its new Executive Director in February.
Having been with Creative Scotland since its inception, both DAVID TAYLOR, Head of Strategic Projects, and IAN SMITH, Head of Music, are to retire in 2016.
SARAH DERBYSHIRE MBE, Chair of NYMAZ, is to join Orchestras Live from January as its new Chief Executive, following the departure of HENRY LITTLE in December.
Executive Director of Sherman Cymru, and former General Manager of the organisation, MARGARET JONES is to step down at the end of November.
Portsmouth boy turned director Ian Nicholson trained at CSSD, NT Studio and Ecole Philippe Gaulier in clown – but what would he tell himself if he could do it all again?
After 22 years as Artistic Director of Pilot Theatre, MARCUS ROMER is to leave at the end of March 2016 to pursue a freelance career.
Director of BBC Arts JONTY CLAYPOLE is to be the new Chair of the Board for HOME, taking over from JIM FORRESTER. He will be joined on the board by MARIA BOTA and ALISON ROSS.
NIGEL WEATHERILL, Vice Chancellor and Chief Executive of Liverpool John Moores University, is to succeed LORRAINE ROGERS as Chairman of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic.
BERT FINK is to leave Rodgers and Hammerstein: An Imagem Company after 25 years to join Cameron Mackintosh’s Music Theatre International as its new Chief Creative Officer.
Coinciding with Artistic Director Designate EMMA RICE beginning her role, Olivier-nominated director MATTHEW DUNSTER is to be the new Associate Director at Shakespeare’s Globe.